Benjamin Disraeli as a barber called "Ben Jingo" is cutting the face of John Bull while shaving him. Engraving by W.D. Ewan, ca. 1880.
- Ewan, W. D.
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"Ben Jingo" was a pseudo-Jewish form of Beaconsfield, Disraeli's name as a peer
The last scrape. Ben Jingo kept a Tory shop and was a barber bold and when John Bull got shaved by him, paid dear in blood and gold ; W.D. Ewan ...
[Place of publication not identified] : [publisher not identified], 1880?
1 print (album page 3) : engraving ; image 35.8 x 27.1 cm
Wellcome Library no. 568560i